parking stress
stress when parking is no fun

“I worry about hitting the car. Am I close, I cannot tell? My anxiety climbs just thinking of having to park. Cars behind me are really pissed off because I am taking too much time to park!”

Managing the timing of your park, to be nice to other cars, is your first step in parking. We all meet delivery trucks stopping in your pathway with flashers on. Drivers regularly and easily maneouver around the stopped vehicle.

You can also do this early warning with signaling right, brake lights and encouraging other drivers around you. This is better than them watching you and pressuring you, as you bolt into the side of the parked car.


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